WALNUT CREEK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Scott Valley Bank has announced that RoseRyan CEO Kathleen Ryan has been appointed to its Board of Directors. Ryan founded the Newark-based finance and accounting consulting firm RoseRyan in 1993 and serves as both its Chief Executive Office and Chief Financial Officer.
Prior to founding RoseRyan, Ryan was director of finance at Quantum and Tax Manager at Price Waterhouse. Today, with 72 client service professionals and revenue in excess of $11 million, RoseRyan is listed by the San Francisco Business Times as the fourth largest accounting/services firm in the East Bay.
RoseRyan has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Work in the Bay Area the past two years, and won Acquisition International‘s 2016 Global Accountancy Award as California’s Most Innovative Finance & Accountancy Firm. In 2015, the San Francisco Business Times named Ryan as an influential woman in Bay Area Business, and in 2012, the San Jose/Silicon Valley Business Journal named her one of the most influential women in Silicon Valley.
In addition to Ms. Ryan, Doug Neuman of the Ashland, Oregon-based Neuman Hotel Group is also newly appointed to the Scott Valley Bank Board of Directors.
“As our bank continues to extend its service area, we are thrilled to also extend the geographic representation of our Board of Directors with the addition of two outstanding business professionals of this caliber,” Scott Valley Bank President/CEO Craig Van Selow said. “We look forward to their contributions to the fabric our organization.”
Founded in 1858, Scott Valley Bank is California’s oldest independent community bank, with 12 locations from the Bay Area to Portland, Ore. The bank remains an independently-owned institution as a subsidiary of the Learner Financial Corporation, headquartered in Walnut Creek, Calif.